Hello all you Panic-lovers out there.
Well… a few you have wondered what is the go with all the Jesus inspired Panics of late so now is the time to let you know the deal! 🙂
Around six months ago I began to question my long-held beliefs of “non-belief”. I had come to a dead-end in my atheistic, reductionist way of thinking and found something I had always been looking for in Christ. Believe me, it was a very confronting and uneasy time for me seeing I had all but discounted religion (and especially Christianity) as being a bunch of non-sense! But though many days and nights of reflection, study, YouTubing, Interwebbing and the like, what I had always been looking for was to be found (for me) in the Gospels.
For those who know me, I am not one to accept anything on word alone but in Christ I have found Truth… and now to introduce the new chapter in my illustrative life… A Creative Ministry. A place where I minister to the world through illustration and word. If you have any interest in the Good News or just like some sweet illustrative goodness, I would love for you to follow.
This doesn’t mean the end of the Creative Panic… I will still be posting illustrative goodness to this blog, but of a secular variety and all my “Jesus stuff” will be heading to http://www.acreativeministry.com
Thank you to all of you who continue to follow thecreativepanic.com!
Much love and God bless!
I’m currently nurturing a sweet Mo for Movember… check out my MoSpace page here and feel free to donate a dollar or two to a great cause which is Men’s Health! YAAAAAY!
Another for my Jesus cartoon collection! 🙂
UPDATE: It seems I may have caused a little offence with my cartoon, please read the comments section in which I clear up a few things.
All finished! Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. I am going to do a limited edition (20) screen-print of this poster. Stay tuned and I’ll post it up when printed and give you the details of how you could buy this little fella to hang on your wall… God bless you and yours!
One plus of waking up at 3.30am is I have more time to draw! 🙂
In traditional depictions, such as paintings, evangelist portraits and church mosaics, St. Luke is often accompanied by an ox or bull, usually having wings.
Here are the other evangelists I have drawn so far… Matthew to go and then I’ll pop them in a limited edition print. Stay tuned!
The voice of the lion is the symbol of St. Mark… Had a lot of fun drawing John yesterday so I think Ill draw all four evangelists 🙂
The Gospel of John is my favourite so I thought I’d draw the man himself in the guise of the eagle which is the traditional symbol of John.
A quick illustration tonight… gave myself a time-limit (15min) and a subject (dog)… here it is!
Another quick little illy for today. I enjoy drawing my main man, Jesus. Below are some older ones I have done 🙂